Learners will be introduced to the Singapore heritage coffee culture, learn and prepare the types of hot beverages offered at a traditional coffee shop. Learners will also be taught various methods to communicate more effectively with customers and co-workers.
- Self E-Learning (2 hours)
- Overview of the heritage coffee scene in Singapore
- Knowing the tools, equipment and ingredients for hot beverage preparation
- Knowing the steps to prepare and serve different hot beverages served in a traditional coffee shop
- Practise: Knowing the steps to prepare and serve different hot beverages served in a traditional coffee shop
- Knowing the steps to reinstate work stations
- Reflective practice and continuous learning (group discussion)
- Written and practical assessment
On completion, the learner will have the knowledge and application skills in preparing and serving hot beverages offered at a traditional coffee shop.
Eligible for Claim Period: 15 Oct 2019 - 14 Oct 2021
11 classroom hours
2 elearning hours
2 assessment hours
We require a min of 6 students to run the class. Basic numeracy and English literacy skills (level 2) are required.
Skills Code: FSS-FBS-2016-1.1
Statement of Attainment will be given to learners upon successful completion of the assessments
Self Sponsored individuals may utilise SkillsFuture Credits, PSEA or UTAP to further offset some or all of the Net Fees Payable.
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